January 14, 2006

Introducing the iMac

I'd been a Mac user and enthusiast for just under a decade. I would talk up the virtues of leaving the Windows-based PeeCee world every chance I got. But the biggest help with that came this date in Apple history:

Apple Matters | January 14, 1999: Bondo, er Bondi... Whatever, People Love It

The original iMac was kind of a make or break proposition for Apple. The company had only recently returned to profitability but was offering very little to get consumers truly excited. Then Apple unveiled the gumdrop shaped original iMac.

Listen to the complete entry as a podcast. Apple Matters will continue this Apple history section for an entire. I hope it becomes a permanent feature.

Posted by ronn at January 14, 2006 10:30 AM

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